Ross

Ross

Lives in United States San Antonio, United States
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Joined on Sep 28, 2001

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  • Normally ink-jet printers eat noise and artifacts, but it will vary with your work flow and the size of the prints. If you print your own at present just download something you like and print it. ...
  • Replied in Relax
    It may be lame advice for those of us in photography but my experience on my right eye a bit over a year ago, would indicate it might be good to take it. The only problem with mine is that I see ...
  • Replied in Riccardo...
    Hey Ben, While Ricardo gets his thoughts together I'll toss my comment out to you. I got into N1 with the V2 + 18.5mm because it was small -responsive-cute-responsive-small. I have added three ...
  • I got a set of generic extension tubes with AF & metering supported; 10mm, 16mm & 21mm and I have a Nikon ES-1 slide copying adapter (52mm thread). The trick would be to find the focal length and ...
  • When I did my slide copying experiment it activated every time the slide had a face in it. Slide copying with AF is fun.
  • Replied in +1
    I built my first darkroom in 1964 and the driving force was the personal control needed to get my personal image. I don't feel that anything has changed except for the medium.
  • I think some of the mfr's default setting are very strange, though I'm sure that they make sense to someone. I was looking to put a grid in the EVF and found that in the default EVF style(3) it ...
  • Hi Ben, Remember what the E-1 got? It will be time or the test of time that will be the final judge of some of the scores. I did get one of these puppies last week.....no mFT lenses just a bunch of ...
  • Replied in In 2003....
    I was desparate for a DSLR and the industry was finally getting them out at affordable prices to be looked at and handled. In those days we had three sensor mfrs, Sony, Canon and Kodak. I am a ...
  • Replied in Nice shots
    but today they are under a Winter weather advisory ...... cold and damp .. :-(
  • I'd be glad to help. If it is general enough, you could do an "OT" entry here if others might benefit or contribute. It is your thread after all.....:-)
  • I like this one, Bob. The composition is nice and lines through the marbles do intersect the corners of the frame In several cases. The theory is that dynamic compositions have compositional lines ...
  • I'm curious, why would you even want to shoot 40MP for street pictures? In my youth when I did shoot some street stuff, I was moving as much as the people I was aiming at and I didn't have any ...
  • Hi Colin, Not sure what kind of shoulder surgery you are doing, but my wife at age 77 had her right shoulder joint replaced last Nov. It was a reverse arthroscopy with the cup on the arm bone. She ...
  • Replied in Thanks Guy
    I'll catch up to you in March.....:-D
  • Guy, My NIkon V2 can do 60fps with its 1" sensor (half the size of 4/3rds),so the ideas are moving into the BIG sensor area ... ;>)
  • Seascapes, waterfall scapes and rapids migh be very interesting subjects, because of the color shift involved. We used to shoot surf scenes using three exposures through three color filters....on ...
  • You are right there, Marty. My adventure with mirrorlessness (of the Live View kind) went down the Nikon 1 trail, but it was knowing that I would take the mFT route sooner or later, The mFT is, ...
  • That would be a good title for me, too, Robert. I am one of the original 4/3rds players from 2003, but I haven't moved into the mFT game yet. So far, for me, the E-M5 MkII just looks like they got ...
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